Tile, stone projects recognized in CID Awards

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Las Vegas — Twelve tile and stone projects were recognized as part of the annual Coverings Installation & Design Awards, a program that honors outstanding design and installation of tile and stone in residential, commercial, sustainable and international projects.

The residential Grand Prize was awarded to Santa Monica, Calif.-based Robert Kerr architecture design for a beachfront home. In the commercial category, the Grand Prize was awarded to Camarata Masonry Systems and PGAL for their restoration in the five-story atrium of a historical courthouse.

In 2014, a new category emerged for the CID Awards, recognizing sustainable projects.  This year’s winning project was the Green House Building, an eight-story, single-phase office development in central Budapest.

Additionally, the CID Awards recognized nine other projects for exceptional work in tile and stone design and installation from around the world. Each project received a $1,000 cash prize.

Residential Tile Design

Project: Brooklyn House

Designer: JNK Interiors

 

Commercial Tile Design

Project: Paul H. Cocker Architecture Gallery, Ryerson University

Designer: Gow Hastings Architects

 

Commercial Stone Design


Project: Equinox Fitness Club, Chestnut Hill, Mass.

Designer: Tribeca Stone

 

Residential Tile Installation

Project: Violin Swimming Pool

Installer: Cipriano Custom Swimming Pools & Landscaping

 

Residential Stone Installation

Project: Sunnyside Avenue Master Bath

Installer: Tarkus Tile Inc.

 

Commercial Tile Installation

Project: Frontier Elementary School, Edmond, Okla.

Installer: Bentley Flooring

 

Commercial Stone Installation

Project: Latter-Day Saints Temple, Calgary, Alberta

Installer: KEPCO+

 

International Design

Project: Remodeling Work on La Riera de la Salut

Designer: Pol Feminas

 

Community Project

Project: Hidden Garden Steps

Designers: Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher

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